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Disease, CCR5-Δ32 and the European spread of agriculture? A hypothesis

  • Ian Holtby (a1), Chris Scarre (a1), R. Alexander Bentley (a2) and Peter Rowley-Conwy (a1)

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Disease, CCR5-Δ32 and the European spread of agriculture? A hypothesis

  • Ian Holtby (a1), Chris Scarre (a1), R. Alexander Bentley (a2) and Peter Rowley-Conwy (a1)

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